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10/11/12 10/11/12 [captioning made possible by democracy now!] >> from los alamos, new mexico, this is "democracy now!" [explosion] >> the familiar mushroom cloud hurling the deadly radiation to the heavens. >> in the special broadcast from just outside los alamos national laboratory, we look at the radioactive legacy of new mexico. the atomic bomb used in world war ii were designed and developed here. new mexico still plays a key role in maintaining the nation's massive nuclear arsenal. >> it is revitalizing its nuclear weapons production base, and again, the laboratories -- mark my words -- as the republicans already wrote, they are calling for or attempting to demand a "modern or had" that means a new designs. >> we will speak with jay coghlan of nuclear watch new mexico. and los alamos whistleblower chuck montaÑo. devastationt the uranium mining has had with leona morgan from navajo dinÉ against uranium mining. and michael reynolds on how he is quitting radically sustainable living operations through worship biotecture. >> the soldiers and all of the armies and all of th
and have witnessed history in the making. >> mexico, oh, yes. >> from presidential elections around the world to the most destructive natural disasters. maria has interviewed dictators, revolutionaries, world leaders, heads of state in latin america, and in the united states. she was among the first female journalists to report from the war torn streets of baghdad. george has covered five wars and right after the terrorists attack on september 11th he drove all the way from miami to new york to report on the tragedy firsthand. once he even asked for a vacation to cover the war in afghanistan. an assignment that at the time the network deemed too dangerous. he's had very public encounters with venezuela's hugo chavez, with former cuban dictator fidel castro. the president of bolivia stood up after only six minutes of questioning by him. both ramos and celines both moderated the first bilingual presidential debate. and most recently with the meet the candidates forum. but perhaps they are best known for defending the rights of immigrants by reporting on their plight and giving a voice
with the president of mexico. felipe calderon. >> you need to have the principals that know one nation couldn't prosper without rule of law. because that is exactly our main focus, in the sense that we are not prosecuting drugs by drugs themselves. we are looking for rule of law in mexico. we want a country in which the law prevails. otherwise it will be impossible to prosper or to have a fair society. >> rose: we continue talking about google ventures with kevin rose and bill maris. >> we're investing in teams and people more than products at the early stages. so you're looking for larry and certificate guy as they were starting out they are what made google different from lycos and the other search engines. >> rose: we con chrood with the photography of brigitte lacombe. >> she asked would we be interested in doing something similar for london olympic on women in sport. and of course, i mean, it was just like a great opportunity because i mean for me and also for my sister to discover the new world, i know nothing about sports. and it was very intriguing. >> rose: yes. >> and so of course w
in cartels throughout mexico. but women are definitely having their say and have their roles in drug trafficking right now. >> longmire has studied mexican drug cartels closely for years. she says a dearth of men is not the only reason many women are assuming leadership roles. >> so we're seeing a rise in younger folk. female teenagers are coming in. i think it is more so because they have less opportunities than adults. just like we're seeing with male teenagers. he they don't have chances to go to school, they don't have chances for jobs. >> money and power are big lures. longmire believes women are taking on more responsibility because it's one industry where they can gain parity. >> we are dealing with a male-dominated society in mexico where women are still seen more in the traditional roles of being housewives, mothers, etc. so, perhaps they're seeing more and more that the opportunities for equality, for power are greater for them. >> longmire says drug trafficking has been a family business in mexico for decades. women may be entering more visible roles now, but their involve
fight with marines. final forensic tests are being carried out to confirm it is one of mexico's most wanted men. the u.s. had offered $5 million for his capture. lawyers representing the libyan government tell the international criminal court that gaddafi should be tried in his home country. he is accused of committing more crimes against the rebels who overthrew his father last year. they are expected to argue he would not receive a fair trial in libya. american scientists say they are upset about the debris arriving a 200-ton dock was found to be carrying 100,000 species that threaten local marine life. and still to come on gmt, celebrations in uganda will be live as the east african nation marks 50 years of independence. >> a secret agent who infiltrated the i.r.a. on behalf of british securities says ehe's been abandoned by those he served and left with mental health problems as a result. he has lived under a false identity for almost 30 years after revealing sensitive information in one of the biggest criminal trials in irish and british history. colin campbell reports. >> raymo
10/10/12 10/10/12 [captioning made possible by democracy now!] >> from santa fe, new mexico, this is "democracy now!" >> walmart wal-mart you're no good, treat your associates like you should. >> walmart workers launch a historic strike across 28 stores in 12 states. organizers are describing the actions as a first retail worker strike in walmart's 50-year history. we will go to arkansas to speak with a worker who plans to protest outside walmart headquarters today. then to freeport, illinois, the, the protest encampment bainport. police have arrested three people for blocking the removal of equipment from the sensata plant to protest a plan by mitt romney's former company bain capital to close the factory and ship their jobs to china. >> i am here because people that have their livelihoods, have raised their families, they have worked at their jobs and put in long hours and hard hours, they are losing them to communist china. romney, who benefits from bain capital, he does not seem to think there is any correlation at all. i just believe in their cause prix de >> as million
proximity to mexico. >> yes, the united states is a virtual island. atlantic, pacific, canadian arctic to the north, just 33 million middle-class canadians to the north living within 100 miles of the u.s. border. but south of the border half of that boarder is artificial and you have a vibrant big society a third the population of the u.s. much, much poorer. there's a big -- the difference in living standards between the u.s. and mexico is arguably the greatest difference of living standards than any two contiguous countries in the world with the exception of north and south korea. off very young population in mexico. average mexican is 25, average americans 37. mention key has a vibrant developing economy but the northern third of it is controlled by criminal drug cartels. so the kind of state mexico has evolved into will have significance to the kind of society the united states vovls into because hat tin history is demographically moving north. reclaiming the. >> rose: and you only have to look at the political conventions to see how it's influencing american politics. >> right, whe
and they say it is double at over 20%. events anywhere near lunchtime in mexico, but means just one thing for millions of people -- tacos. the corn tortilla is the staple food for millions of people in this large country. in recent years the price has been creeping up. it has gone up 60% under this government alone over the last six years. the mexican government has had to start importing corn needed to make tortillas. and has come at a cost of $1.5 billion or more per year for the mexican state. it's not just at the tacos stand where prices are going up. it's also on the supermarket shelves and in the market. meat and terry have gone up over a third in the past six years. the price of the basic food baskets has risen by 50% or more. it's having a major effect on poor mexican families who previously relied on avocados, tomatoes, eggs. johnputting them towards thune del prado mexico is the second fastest -- fattest nations on earth now. >> later, we will discuss some issues around the rising food prices with a senior figure from the united nations food and agriculture organization. amen. a
. they confirmed the bulletin body was that of the drug kingpin, one of the most wanted men in mexico. a team of forensic experts carry out a comparative analysis of the body with a photograph expert, resulting in a positive match. that result was been confirmed when the fingerprints of the deceased were compared to those of the national fingerprint database. >> but what followed was cause for dismay and some embarrassment among local and federal authorities. his body was snatched from the funeral home where it was being held by an armed gang, presumably members of los zetas. what the government hoped would be a powerful example of its military strategy against the drug gangs will only further influence the power that the ield. wheele they are deeply frustrated that the authorities don't have the body. the gang is now a shadow of its former self and lacks a clear leader. bbc news, mexico. >> this is gmt from bbc world news. i am george alagiah. the headlines, the red cross makes its first ever public appeal in spain to help those affected by the economic crisis. a pakistani schoolgirl cent of
is not telling. evidence suggests that he is sending them to mexico to slaughter. >> sending the horses how to mexico? >> that is a tricky question to answer. he sends them down to texas, which is a very good place to sell horses without leaving a paper trail. perhaps then someone else exports them. we were unable to get export documents from the da. within mexico is this big industry run mostly by european companies that takes american horses, butcher's them, then ships them to europe to be sold as steaks. >> wild horse meat? >> overwhelmingly, these are old, unused forces that no one wants and sold the slaughter. but what we found is there are horses, wild horses, better illegally slipping into the system. people are selling the in and the government's policing practices are so inadequate that not only do they never catch these guys, they don't even say it is a problem. >> where is horse meat the delicacy? >> you would be surprised. you can go to japan and have horse sushi. >> horse sushi? >> absolutely. courses are also turned into hair weaves, mattress pads. northern europe, belgium, fr
10/12/12 10/12/12 [captioning made possible by democracy now!] >> from santa fe, new mexico, this is "democracy now!" >> we immediately went out and rescued general motors. we went ahead and major we cut taxes from the middle-class. in addition, when that occurred, what did romney do? m the romney said to let foreclosures hit the bottom rate is should not surprising for a guy who says 47% of the american people are unwilling to take responsibility for their own lives. >> with respect to that, the vice-president very well knows that sometimes the words do not come out of your mouth or by way. [laughter] >> but i always say what i mean. and so does romney. >> as vice-president joe biden and republican congress member paul ryan spar in kentucky, in their only vice-presidential debate, we break the sound barrier including two candidates shut out by the two men political parties. chicano writer luis rodriguez, the vice president to candidate of the justice party, and cheri honkala of the green party. >> there's a real crisis happening in this country. when corporations and the we
moll i was interested to see as well here is what they didn't mention, they didn't mention mexico and the drug crisis there, the drug wars going on and the euro crisis or anything going on in europe, they didn't mention india where probably a lot of, a lot more american jobs are being outsourced there than many other places and mentioned no sub saharan country in africa and didn't mention korea, north korea has a program and sanction that ised are up in the air storks much time was spent on israel, secondarily, some time spent on afghanistan and so much time talking about nation building at home that the pivot almost obscured the rest of the debate for long, long stretches, it was remarkable in that way. i know you can't talk about everything and every debate, but some of the things that didn't get talk about were kind of noticeable. >> rose: what did you think -- >> can i echo that? >> quickly. >> i think particularly mexico and europe, because these are domestic issues, these are affecting the -- europe is affecting our economy like nobody's business, and mexico if you live in t
much of mexico as well as the the u.s., western canada. but there are thunderstorms in the cards for you today. along the atlantic coast. from florida up into new england. the heaviest of the rain, stronger wind will be found actually up towards the northeast. then we have a winter storm system which is push pushing its way along the u.s./canada border at the moment. there are watches, warnings, posted, winter storm from montana right through towards the great lakes. you could see in the parts of minnesota, as well as southea southeastern manitoba. 30 centimeters of snow. strong winds. near white-out conditions. warnings post ford that as well. temperatures are going to be falling across the north. in fact pushing in towards the east over the weekend. already, we are seeing five, three, in winnipeg, fargo. 23 degrees in chicago. not bad today. knock 10 degrees off that as we head into saturday. same goes with your 25 in new york city. by saturday going to be down to 15. so, time to got out the winter woolies it would appear. not so for you in the south. 32,houston. 2 in atlanta.
mexico. western, central parts of the u.s. that comes with the -- the warning in fact, though, for fire weather, across, the northern and central plains. towards the north -- it is going to be a snow event. we have -- system dropping out of bc. this one could bring about 15 centimeters of snow to the canadian rockies. that snow well move into the intermountain west as well, coming into there, montana. and as the system proceed. we will see cooler air coming with it. we will see precipitation turn over to snow. in parts of minnesota, as well as dakotas later on in the week. out towards the east, it is going to be rain and severe thunderstorms. the severe area moving in towards the ohio valley today. but plenty of rain expecting from florida right up in towards new england. would actually have a report of a tornado touching down. in south carolina as well. temperatures are going to start to fall to the north. 24 degrees. in winnipeg. will fall to 8 degrees by thursday. meanwhile, it is a heat wave in the southwest. 36 degrees in los angeles. and that heat will be with you into wednesday.
katrina. the storms slammed the gulf of mexico, killing nearly 2,000 people. new orleans took a direct hit. residents lost their homes. and one school, o. perry walker high, lost its instruments. a non-profit association of jazz fans in japan immediately sent funds. and in doing so helped revive the spirit of a city with a rich jazz history. fast forward six years to march 2011. this time musicians in japan's northeast are struck by disaster. the tsunami pummelled the port of kesinuma, sweeping away boats and buildings and taking await instruments of a city's popular youth jazz band. the swing dolphins couldn't swing anymore. but a month after the disaster, the dolphins were back on stage and playing new instruments, most of them donated thanks to the efforts of jazz musicians in new orleans. the o. perry walker high school band never forgot the help they received after katrina. they immediately organized concerts to raise money for their japanese friends. >> i was in the same predicament like five, six years ago. so it gave me the opportunity to help someone else out olympic th like they
upon a time new mexico, but no more. they are becoming swing states, really contested. this coming week, both the president and romney are going to nevada. only six electoral votes, but it has become a really contested state. the west is what the midwest used to be, to some extent. it is a very divided part of the country. the west used to be not so much. there was a point in this campaign were the obama people were putting people in arizona and testing whether they could put arizona in play. they decided in the end that they could not or it was not worth the investment. there are people who argue, which is not wacky to say, that at some point texas will become a democratic state. >> with regard to nevada and colorado, what is happening that is putting them in play? >> is all demographic. a big part of it is the latino vote. states are going to be more and more democratic. it is a slow move. it has gone from republican to in play. they are heading democratic. tavis: does romney have a shot at getting a significant portion of the latino vote? >> bush 43 got 45% in the exit polls. i think
, as well as that western edge of mainland mexico. those are the treermopical stor. we have an intent winter storm up toward the pacific northwest. this is bringing significant snow to the canadian rockies, the northern rockies, and the intermountain west. it's going to be progressing along towards the east, actually intensifying as it goes. so this storm will be causing some trouble down towards the south and the midwest over the next couple of days. out east, things are starting to settle down for many of you. northern parts of new england still wet and windy today. still a good dose of snow to come for eastern canada. temperatures across the north are looking cool. we have the mid teens across places like vancouver, seattle, winni peg, 12 in toronto, 16 in new york city. some places are hot, 29 in houston. we've got 30 in oklahoma city with 31 in miami. 32 in los angeles, expected to warm up to 35 by thursday. here's your extended forecast. >>> one more story before we go. living through the invention of radio, television, and the airplane, a 115-year-old in northwestern japan renewed his
, mexico. all right. we have one more tropical system to talk about. a category 1 system which has just by passed bermuda heading up towards the north, northeast. it's expected to become a remnant low fairly quickly. once we get in towards friday we're going to have to take another look and see whether the system continues up to the northeast or whether it will continue down towards the south. things are looking very wet across the east. we have severe weather which is going be taking in with the lower and central mississippi valley. going to mean fire weather particularly for the central plains but it is very windy all the way up towards the northeast where we run into our winter weather event. temperatures though on the other hand, are going to be a boiling point in los angeles. very hot and not just for october. 32 degrees in houston texas, but we're just looking at the mid teens up towards the north. here now is your extended forecast. ♪ >>> art thieves have staged a multimillion-dollar heist on a dutch museum. police say they stole works by picasso, monet and other renowned artis
, cooler air comes in. that air is colliding with warmer air from the gulf of mexico. creating a potential for severe weather in the ozarks into tonight. well, with severe weather should be moving towards the west. areas like the central plains and the southern plains, will be, at risk of severe weather on your friday. severe thunderstorms, gusty winds. and hail are possible. now out west, things are looking more wintry. we have regot heavy rain possib. heavy snow is likely in the four corners region in colorado. in the next 24 hours. out west, showers along the western coast. and then mountain snow for the canadian rockies on your friday. temperatures are cooling down to 12 degrees in vancouver. slightly warming up to 10 degrees in winnipeg. 12 in chicago. but we'll be warming up to 22 degrees as we head into your saturday. all right. finally, let's go over to europe then. things are calming down across ice lan. however, looking quite stormy across the uk and western continent. wet, windy weather. moving towards germany and over the next 24 hours. thunderstorms in italy should be moving t
spilt in nigeria than what was spilled in the gulf of mexico. that's a lot of oil. they also accuse shell of double standards. at the end of the day, this is a horrible p.r. situation for shell. listen to this. >> let's not forget shell has actually faced a series of lawsuits in nigeria, particularly and for many decades. we don't often hear because these are minor cases. this is quite significant. shell currently contributes close to 35% of nigeria's oil production with the government. so it is a major reputation risk and this is coming on the back of fines by regulators to the tune of $5 billion against shell for environmental pollution. so it's a perennial theme we're seeing time and time again. >> we were just trying to work out there -- >> yeah, caught us in the act. >> we were talking serious things here. is this a one day thing? >> i believe so. it could drag on, but i will keep you up to date. credit rating agency having a go. downgraded it. yep, the pressure on madrid is just piling on, is mounting asthma drid continues to resist asking for a full blown bailout. the u.s. ra
at the border with mexico. the agents were on patrol when they came under fire. a new government report has found an intelligence program that formed a major part of domestic counterterrorism efforts in the united states has been almost entirely of the recess. a bipartisan report examines the network of so-called fusion centers created after the 9/11 attacks to create intelligence sharing among local, state, and federal authorities. investigators have accused the centers as being bastions of waste, having virtually informad possibly infringing of people's civil liberties. as much as $1.4 billion in taxpayer funds designated for the center has gone unaccounted for by federal officials, the report found. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting in denver, colorado. we are on the road just miles from the university of denver, the site of tonight's presidential debate between mitt romney and president obama. it is the first of three presidential debates before the november 6 election. tonight's debate will focus on domestic policy,
of u.s.- mexico border. she was a u.s. citizen, mother of five, the youngest was 4 years old. the man who killed her, agent justin tackett, reportedly had a history of misconduct in his previous career as a california sheriff's deputy, but was nonetheless hired by u.s. customs and borders protection agency. tachiquin family's attorney, gene iredale, has started the process to file a lawsuit against the border patrol. he recently explained why. [no ♪ [music break] >> we had some technical problems but we lost on their connection with our guest. i think we have them back. i would like to turn to valentin tachiquin, corrections officer, father of valeria "munique" tachiquin, who was killed by border patrol agent on september 28. can you tell us her story? >> yes, she was a loving mother, loving wife, just a great person. i just don't know what happened -- my daughter is not here today. my problem. >> what happened? tell us what happened as you understood it, valentin. >> as far as i know, and only to the media, because i have had no official story from neither the to list the police or
gifts, such as the very last volkswagen beetle to roll off the assembly line in mexico. >>> that's our program for now. i'm bob abernethy. join us next week for the final part of our new miniseries, "none of the above," on the fast-growing number of americans who say they have no religious affiliation at all. you can follow us on twitter and facebook and watch us anytime on smartphones. there's much more about the religiously unaffiliated on our website, where you can take our new survey for yourself. you can comment on all of our stories and share them. audio and video podcasts are also available. join us at pbs.org. as we leave you, more scenes from the mass and pilgrimage for life and liberty at the national shrine of the immaculate conception.
to believe? >> the quote in the same breath he said that he wanted to restore the mexico city policy that taxpayer funds wouldn't to go abortion abroad. >> but they don't go. >> isle i'm telling you what the quote said, clarify what the quote said. this is taking one sentence out of context to me. >> he's been very clear over quite a long period of time that he would de fund planned parenthood. he has been unequivocal on that subject. he's also been asked to the supreme court justices were that he identified with and the kind that he would appoint, and it's justice scalia, one more scalia would result in a reversal of row v. wade, robert bjork heads his judicial collection selection fo for the campaign. robert bjork we know wrote the roadmap for how to overturn roe versus wade. he is sending maybe it's dog whistles but people getting the message. >> during this week vice-presidential debate the candidates were asked about their views on abortion. >> i do not believe that -- that we have a right to tell other people that, women that they can't control their body. it's a decision betwe
. and she bought an air flow trailer and went back to new mexico where had taught in the past and she rented some property on a mesa and i didn't see her for eight years and one day she walked into the gallery and she said i'm painting again, would you show my paintings? it was just like that. and my partner fred mueller, we were both close to her and she said "i'll let you know when to come." and on a friday afternoon i got this telephone call saying "the plane to albuquerque leaves at 9:00 tomorrow morning, i'll meet you at the airport." not account request k you make it." and we were there. and that was the beginning of of the relationship. >> rose: let me show photographs. someone a photograph of agnes martin on the roof of her studio with jack geller man, ellsworth kelly, robert indiana. >> one thing about meeting agnes when i started to deal with her at the beginning she said remember, we are not friends we are toilers together in the art field but we are not friends. she was really afraid of friendship. >> rose: with everybody. >> with everybody. >> rose: look at the number two. this
. >> i know how jobs are created. >> but as a corporate raider, he shipped jobs to china and mexico. >>> the fact checkers pushed back on that claim and the obama campaign changed the ad to the next version saying, "his firm had outsourced." >> so fact checking is a protection against this deception? >> fact checking is a way of not eliminating the deceptive inferences, but increasing the likelihood that you have more of these statements accurate. >> you know, there are some journalists who disagree with you. the media critic jack shafer said in a column that quote, "of course politicians and their campaigns lie. of course they continue to lie even when called out. if you think otherwise, then they might have been speaking to you. you're looking for truth in all the wrong places." is that realistic or cynical or both? >> if you say that candidates are willing to lie in order to be elected, are you saying that when they govern as president, we have just licensed them to lie to us? because we have said as a public that we think that lying is acceptable and we're willing to be duped. i
, again, even if governor romney win the three southern states, ohio is the ball game, if gulf of mexico i don't have any, if governor romney wins ohio he wins the pie. >> if he loses it makes it virtually impossible for governor romney to win. >> and charlie if you want to get in the weed a little bit more about this. >> rose: i do. >> one thing about the obama campaign on one massive level the obama campaign kind of knows that it is probably going to lose florida, but it has enough money to keep governor romney having to spend money in florida in order to win florida, and so they kind of -- as you said, they will never say this publicly but i think they recognize they probably will end up losing florida and wind up losing north carolina but if they can make governor romney spend a bunch of resources in those states, it gives him a better chance to be able to do what they need to do in ohio, where they have had this advantage, even if it has narrowed down and in virginia which is really a tossup state, the as state of surprisingly large percentage of hispanics, eight or nine percent hispa
barons from mexico and india. once deputy editor of the globe and mail in canada and the correspondent for the financial times and the economists she is now the editor of thompson reuters digital. we're joined by matt taibbi who has made the magazine rolling stone a go-to source for understanding the financial scandals in rural america. who can forget his 2009 article on the great american bubble machine. which describes goldman sachs as a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity relentlessly so jabbing its blood funnel into anything that smells like money. welcome to you both. income inequality has soared to the highest level since the great depression. with the top 1% taking 93% of the income earned in the first year after the recovery. the first full year after the recovery. why are the two candidates not talking about inequality growing at breakneck speed? >> you know, i think because it is still a taboo in american political life. and in american cultural life. one of the economists i talked to who works for the world bank, and he said to me, you know, and he's a sp
unmannned drones over canada and mexico, the nine states, determining who was going to live and who is going to die? in the process, killing hundreds, if not thousands? innocent men, women, and children. it is an outrage. our national security is at risk long-term because of the hostility and hatred that we're generating throughout that part of the world. we have got to turn this around. and we, the american people, can do it. >> absolutely. this is a failed policy from the get go. not only failed in its impact, but has failed from its very conception. as the human rights had for the united nations navi pillay points out that with arms flowing into both sides in syria, you really have a catastrophe in the making. we need to stop the flow of the arms. in fact, the united states and the obama government undermined an international treaty that would have begun to slow down the international flow of arms. so the american role here has actually been to throw gasoline on the fires of virtually every ethnic religious and national conflict around the middle east through its militaristic export of ar
the vietnam, the cambodias and what happens to countries like mexico which have a huge geographic advantage here. those are linkages that are worth following. >> rose: hillary clinton famously today somebody overheard on an open mic, how do you admonish your bankers?" speaking of something she wanted to say to the chinese over there. does that banker creditor relationship have an impact on this relationship. >> i would counter the secretary's insight with perhaps the other one which is when you owe the bank a million dollars it's your problem, when you owe them a trillion it's their problem. i think this is a very interactive, locked together there are questions about the u.s. fiscal outlook and china is a sort of separate part of that. i don't think that's part of the -- >> rose: you're optimistic about sglurp >> well, i'm less pessimistic. when we've spoken in the past i've always been the most pessimistic person in the room and i went into -- earlier this summer i was deeply, deeply pessimistic because i thought that -- and i've never thought the pessimism/optimism should be about econom
to this country as immigrants. my dad was born in mexico of american parents. my wife's that was born in wales and is a first-generation american. we welcome legal immigrants into this country. i want our legal system work better. i wanted to be streamlined. i don't think he should have to hire a lawyer to figure out how to get into this country legally. i also think we should give visas to people -- green cards, rather, to people who graduate with skills that we need. people around the world with accredited degrees in science and math, get a green card stapled to their diploma, come to the u.s. aid. we should make sure our legal system works. we should stop illegal immigration. there are 4 million people who are waiting in line to get here legally. those have come here illegally take their place, so i will not grant amnesty to those who come here illegally. i will put in place an employment revocation system and make sure that employers that hire people have come here illegally are sanctioned for doing so. i will put them place magnets for people coming here illegally, so for instance, i woul
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